Really? Please elucidate.
On the fifth line down of the screen is the “Address bar” , wherein, by one means or another, we contrive to place our desired destination. In the same line is the box which in my case gives Google as my preferred search engine. Following on, to the left of that, is a series of icons. The first is a blue five pointed star that is connected with editing the bookmarks , which appear when the second icon is clicked. The third is the black silhouette of a house (home) which does nothing. Next comes the adblock plus (white initials inside a red octagon on a white rectangular flag. This is followed by a black downward pointing triangle that brings up the same adblock info as the previous red octagon. The final one is made up of three black horizontal lines and this brings up a panel containing mishmash of icons including “preferences” and “add-ons”.
I have just fired up my other standby machine and have now realised that an entire “line” is missing from the Firefox start up on my main machine. It is the line consisting of File, Edit, View, History, Bookmark, Tools, Help.
I think you are right ....it must be me!!!
Oh, sod it.